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The Democratic Party Chair Remains Undecided on Iran Nuclear Deal

Debbie Wasserman Schultz has voted in lockstep with the White House for years. But she's undecided on the nuclear deal.

Inside the Massive IRS Data Breach

A security expert, who was a victim of the breach, gives a detailed account of the audacious hack of the IRS.


Paper Says German Spies Got Access to NSA Internet Surveillance Tool

Germany's domestic intelligence agency promised to work closely with U.S. colleagues to gain access to a controversial piece of NSA software that enables deep surveillance of t...

The Army Will Foot Much of the Defense Department’s Bill for the OPM Hack

Federal agencies are being charged for hack-victim protection services, proportional to impacted employees.

Oshkosh Wins $30 Billion Army Contract Battle to Replace Humvee

The Wisconsin truck-maker has won the coveted megacontract to replace most of the Army's iconic Humvees.

As First Women Graduate Army Ranger School, Women Veterans in Congress Celebrate

Sen. Joni Ernst and Reps. Tammy Duckworth, Tulsi Gabbard, and Martha McSally reflect on how far the military has come since they served, and how far it has yet to go.

What Does It Take to Become a U.S. Army Ranger?

A look at the grueling training soldiers must complete to receive the coveted black-and-yellow tab.

Predator Drone Maker Flying Spy Missions For the Pentagon

The US military has hired General Atomics to fly reconnaissance missions and has bigger plans for the future.

The Islamic State, Donald Trump, and the Iowa State Fair

Iowa voters value national security, but when Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush's debate over Iraq fell flat, Donald Trump bulldozed through the opening.

How the FAA Will Regulate Personal Drone Use is Up in the Air

They're endangering aircraft and firefighters, but the FAA isn't stepping up. Who does that leave?

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